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Attractions to explore nearby ISKCON Temple Bangalore

ISKCON Temple BangaloreHare Krishna Hill, Chord Rd, 1st R Block, Rajajinagar, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560010, India

One of the largest ISKCON temples in the World.  The temple is a huge cultural complex which  has deities of Radha and Krishna located at  a hill in Rajajinagar

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Bangalore Palace4.61 KMs away from ISKCON Temple Bangalore

An epitome of great architecture and beauty which is preserved in it the spice of old regal opulence. Which is now the host for many cultural events, marriages, rock shows apart from a tourist destination.

Suvarna Vidhana Soudha5.49 KMs away from ISKCON Temple Bangalore

Vidhan Soudha counts  as Most impressive as well as most magnificent buildings in the Bangalore city  mainly famous for housing the legislative chambers of the state government

Cubbon Park5.87 KMs away from ISKCON Temple Bangalore

Major sightseeing attraction rich in green foliage. It is a green belt of the region and is an ideal place for nature lovers to spread over 300 acres.

Bangalore Fort5.88 KMs away from ISKCON Temple Bangalore

One of the ancient heritage in Bangalore having an amazing history to say

Tipu Sultan's Summer Palace6.12 KMs away from ISKCON Temple Bangalore

Magnificient accommodation of the valiant ruler of the Mysore- Tippu sultan. This is an example of Indo Islamic architecture. The opulent palace is once used as a summer retreat by the king and was often referred as  the abode of happiness

Visvesvaraya Industrial & Technological Museum6.23 KMs away from ISKCON Temple Bangalore

A constituent unit of the national council of science museums having nine exhibition halls. all of them are giving us more knowledge about science and technology in this fastest-growing world.

Lalbagh Botanical Garden7.52 KMs away from ISKCON Temple Bangalore

One of the prime most tourist attractions in India. It was commissioned by the Mysore ruler in 1760 and finally implemented by his son Tippu Sulthan